9 Shows To Watch If You’re Having ‘Selling Sunset’ Withdrawals

There is a $44 million mansion-sized hole in our life now

We’re going to keep it very real: there really is nothing that can *quite* replace Selling Sunset.

It did, after all, come to us in our time of need and provide us with the ultimate glossy escape and many a meme, and we’re not entirely sure its unique magic can be replicated without its glamorous cast.

Now that we’ve gotten that little disclaimer out of the way, we will say that if you, like us, are experiencing significant withdrawals that hurt as much as Christine’s ponytail after binging the show too fast, we may have some options to tide you over until Selling Sunset season four drops.

Whether you’re all about the Real Housewives-esque drama, live for the real estate or just love reality TV, there’s a (temporary) solution for everyone.

Need your fix? Scroll on for nine TV shows that will soothe your Selling Sunset withdrawals (well, for a little while).

Million Dollar Beach House

As far as like-for-like replacements go, Million Dollar Beach House is probably the closest thing to Selling Sunset. Swapping the Hollywood Hills for the Hamptons, New York, Million Dollar Beach House follows the youngest and most elite group of real estate agents working at Nest Seekers International brokerage as they spruik incredible multi-million dollar properties to high profile clients on the east side of Long Island. Cue: petty cast dramas, stunning palatial properties and the chance for a little armchair escapism.

Where to watch: Netflix

Million Dollar Listing

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

Long before there was Selling Sunset, there was Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles. One of Bravo’s long-running franchises with shows in multiple cities  much like their other major franchise The Real Housewives — the show centres around a group of young real estate agents as they try to sell homes to the rich and famous (like Kelly Rowland, pictured above) in Los Angeles’ most coveted neighbourhoods.

Where to watch: Foxtel, Foxtel Now, Binge, Hayu

Below Deck

Below Deck

Fancy a sea change? Enter: Below Deck. Chronicling the lives of the crew members who work and reside aboard a mega-yacht during charter season, the show is packed with drama, gorgeous seaside locations and offers an escapist peek into a totally different world.

Where to watch: Netflix (seasons one and two), Hayu

Styling Hollywood

Enjoy the glitz-and-glamour side of Selling Sunset? Love the celebrity cameos? You’ll want to give Styling Hollywood a look in. The show follows stylist Jason Bolden and his husband and business partner, Adair Curtis, as they dress A-listers and make over their homes. Sold.

Where to watch: Netflix

Stay Here

If you spent most of your time envying the interiors at the Selling Sunset open houses, Stay Here has got you covered. The Netflix reality series sees interior designer Genevieve Gorder and property expert Peter Lorimor flip people’s investment properties into “moneymaking showstoppers”.

Where to watch: Netflix

Flip It Like Disick

Replace Brett and Jason Oppenheim with Scott “The Lord” Disick, add a few Kardashian cameos, and you’ve got Flip It Like Disick. Centred around Disick and his team as they fix and flip celebrities’ houses (with a healthy dose of drama along the way), it’s the perfect Selling Sunset void-filler until you can get your next fix.

Where to watch: Foxtel, Foxtel Now, Hayu

Shahs of Sunset

Shahs of Sunset

If you live for Selling Sunset’s drama and flashy LA opulence, Shahs Of Sunset might be your next ‘guilty’ binge-watch. With eight whole seasons to devour, the series follows a group of well-off Persian-American friends living in Los Angeles as they juggle their posh, party-lifestyles with their cultural and family traditions. Three of the shows stars are actually real estate agents, so you still get the occasional condo or mansion fix here and there, but this is definitely a series to watch for the turn-off-your-brain theatrics.

Where to watch: Foxtel, Foxtel Now, Hayu

Amazing Interiors

All about the interiors? This one is right up your alley. As teased in the trailer, the show’s premise revolves around finding and showcasing houses that, despite their seemingly ordinary appearance on the outside, have some of the most unique, incredible interiors around. Each episode follows the same format, focusing on three different houses, with one of the homes featured under construction or renovation as it takes you through the entire remodel.

Where to watch: Netflix

Murder House Flip

Ok, we’re not going to pretend this show is really anything like Selling Sunset, but trust us, Murder House Flip is worth a watch. An unconventional real estate show, the series sees forensic experts, spiritual healers and renovators make over houses where heinous crimes have occurred, giving them a new lease on life. True crime and home improvement? Sign us up.

Where to watch: Quibi

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